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Bowls In Focus : March April 2011
36 Bowls In Focus COACH Season 2011-12 Hampton Bowls Club (Inc) is seeking an experienced coach to revitalise the Club’s performance in the forthcoming season. The successful applicant should be an established Premier league or Division 1 player capable of coordinating structured pennant practice in conjunction with a coaching panel. Hampton is a Division 1 club with excellent greens and facilities looking to move forward in 2011-12 . Contact Alan Patten on 0411 862 392 or email att. Barry McLaren at firstname.lastname@example.org In the wash-up of the Saturday ‘A’ and ‘B’ Pennant competition - formerly Saturday Ladies Pennant - t he relentless Glen Waverley team blitzed the hapless Doncaster side in a very disciplined team performance, while Hampton, who also jumped out early, held off a fast finishing Ferntree Gully side to win. It was sunny and warm, a superb green and just a magic day for bowls at the historic 90-year-old Alphington Bowls Club. In fact it was a bit like stepping back in time, plonked right back in the 1950’s at this little green pocket of suburbia. Glen Waverley bolted early to a massive overall 32-11 lead after 13 ends with Ann Dinn’s team of Pat Joint, Lorraine Knox and Tina Guer- ins continually peppering the jack and putting enormous pressure on Lorraine Holstock’s Doncaster rink of Elizabeth Reid, Pamela Forster and Toni Agius. But to their credit they came back to finish 30-19 despite the Glens delivering the final blow with a six on the last end. Further up the green Glen Wa- verley’s Gwen Goodwin with Caryl Youdan, Maureen Connolly and Pat Campbell dominated the entire match over Molly Harding’s team of Penny Crowe, Beryl Kilner and Rosamond Hester contributing their Pennant success for Glen Waverley and Hampton • Winning side captains Margaret George from Hampton and Glen Waverley’s Julia Bolch flank Bowls Victoria deputy president Betty Collins OAM.